Why Major in Communication Arts and Sciences?
The Communication Arts and Sciences program is designed to help students develop the skills necessary to communicate effectively in the contemporary workplace. Today's business leaders identify their greatest need as people who can communicate clearly and effectively with external publics, such as customers and vendors, and with internal audiences, such as other company divisions. Strong communication skills are highly valued in the legal profession, health-related fields, and not-for-profit organizations.
This program is based on the seven skill groups that address workplace needs in the twenty-first century as identified by the American Society for Training and Development. Professional, academic, and faculty advisers work closely with each student to design a program and select courses that meet both degree and workplace requirements. With careful planning and course selection, students may also minor in Business or other academic areas.
Graduation And Beyond
The Communication Arts and Sciences program is designed to help students develop the skills necessary to communicate effectively in the contemporary workplace. Potential career opportunities include:
- Business and Industry
Students may also choose to complete a degree at the master’s or doctorate level.
For additional program information, contact Joshua Phillips: [email protected], 610-892-1426.